Designed to promote reflection and 'better practices' among the prospective volunteers and organizers of travel-for-service experiences, International Volunteer Tourism provides narratives on short-term international volunteering in Central America written by North American organizers, student participants and Central American partners.
Katherine Borland Father Fernando Cardenal William Westerman Ellen Moodie Katherine Daly Irene King Eric Martin Usner David Munoz Abigail E. Adams Steven Jones
Acknowledgement 1. Introduction; Abigail E. Adams and Katherine Borland 2. A Brief Social History of Humanitarian Engagement; Katherine Borland 3. Priest in the Revolution; Fernando Cardenal, translated by Abigail E. Adams El Salvador 4. Reciprocity and the Fabric of Solidarity: Central Americans, Refugees, and Delegations in the 1980s; William Westerman 5. Untellable Stories and the Limits of Solidarity in a Sister Community Relationship; Ellen Moodie 6. Who is a Global Citizen: Manifestations of Theory in Practice; Katherine Daly Nicaragua 7. What We Are About to Do Is Highly Problematic: The Unpaved Road From Service Trips to Educational Delegations; Irene King 8. From Skeptic to Convert, from (short-term) Service to (long-term) Witness: Towards Pedagogies of Witnessing on International Service Trips; Eric Martin Usner 9. The Learning of International Service Learning: Student Reflections Several Years Out; Alycia Buenger, Meghan Hensley, Nicole Klimas, and Liza Marks Honduras 10. In Search of Sustainable Community Development through Practice: A Sustainable Potable Water Project in Colinas de Suiza, Honduras; David R. Munoz 11. International Students and Volunteers Amidst Rising Violence: the Challenges from Honduras; Katherine Borland interviews Jeff Boyer Limiting Structures 12. The Pilgrimage Transformed: How to 'Break the Bracket' of U.S. Volunteer Tourism in Central America; Abigail E. Adams 13. International Service Learning: Fostering International Cooperation/Avoiding International Dominance; Steven G. Jones 15. Conclusion; Katherine Borland and Abigail Adams Bibliography ?
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